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September 10, 2017 7:49:08 PM

As is it still possible using IMEI to locate? They have used it a few times as I never turned off service..

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September 10, 2017 10:02:24 PM

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Question from goldenultimatum28 : "Track stolen device by imei as location off"

goldenultimatum28 said:
Location turned off and I am still trying to locate my LG tablet stolen September 1..is it possible, still?


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September 10, 2017 11:13:46 PM

You can't locate the phone on your own unless you had an app or service for tracking on it before it went missing. You can contact your service provider/carrier and they may be able to tell you where it was last used, or at least an area, but even they can't tell you exactly where it is.

Leaving the service on, and not reporting it stolen, to the service provider/carrier is a really bad idea. You need to get them to turn off the service so you don't get charged for anything the other party does.

To be honest, once a device is gone, it is rarely if ever recovered/returned.
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July 30, 2018 4:30:09 AM

goldenultimatum28 said:
As is it still possible using IMEI to locate? They have used it a few times as I never turned off service..


Sir my android phone has lost and stolen by someone he has removed the sim ,my phone has no lock or password ,location is also not turned by default ,i know only the gmail account registered with my mobile and the IMEI number .Please sir, help me regarding this,i have some questions
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July 30, 2018 7:31:40 AM

pawankumarsheron said:
goldenultimatum28 said:
As is it still possible using IMEI to locate? They have used it a few times as I never turned off service..


Sir my android phone has lost and stolen by someone he has removed the sim ,my phone has no lock or password ,location is also not turned by default ,i know only the gmail account registered with my mobile and the IMEI number .Please sir, help me regarding this,i have some questions


Sir, please read the response before posting
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